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Bridge PIX feed conflict with PIX Manager and Registry [message #585310] Fri, 28 March 2008 23:05
Jesse Pangburn is currently offline Jesse PangburnFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi,
I know we discussed this a bit at Connectathon, but the resolution at the
time was a short term workaround/hack to just do the patient feed to two
different rhios.

To reiterate, here is the example of the problem. Suppose I use the IBM
registry and the Initiate PIX Manager. In the PIX manager settings
section of the rhioConfig.xml I have something like this:
<pixProperties>
<id>PAT_IDENTITY_X_REF_MGR_INITIATE_PROPERTIES</id>
<application>PAT_IDENTITY_X_REF_MGR_INITIATE</application>
<facility>INITIATE</facility>
<assigningAuthorityNamespaceId>INP2</assigningAuthorityNamespaceId >
<assigningAuthorityUniversalId>1.3.6.1.4.1.21367.2005.1.1</assigningAuthorityUniversalId >
<assigningAuthorityUniversalIdType>ISO</assigningAuthorityUniversalIdType >
</pixProperties>

So the bridge then uses this application/facility combo in the HL7v2 PIX
feed message to the PIX manager and it works fine. Then it uses the same
application/facility combo and sends to to the registry's PIX feed port
(I'm using IBM's to test with), however the registry returns an error
because it doesn't like the application/facility values. It wants
settings like this:
<facility>XDSDEMO</facility>
<application>XDSDEMO_ADT</application>

In order to make this work, you need two RHIOs. One RHIO is has the IBM
registry setup as a phony PIX manager so the PIX feed intended for the PIX
Manager goes to the registry instead, but has the right
application/facility values. The second RHIO has the real PIX manager you
want to use setup and the registry listed with no PIX feed urls. So when
you want to create a patient, you first send the create to RHIO #1 and
populate the registry, then you send to RHIO #2 and populate the PIX
manager. Then you can continue using RHIO #2 to do PIX/PDQ queries and
XDS actions.

This is obviously not a good long term solution. What we need (I think)
is a PIXServerPropertiesID element in the registry's pixFeedUrl element
(or whatever configuration mechanism), so that we can send different
application/facility values to the registry and PIX manager in the same
PIX feed action.

Now, it may be that this only matters for testing and demos because in a
production environment where you control the registry and the pix manager,
you can probably configure them to accept the same values. But for
testing and demos, which we all know are important to drive sales, you may
be pointing to public servers like IBM's registry and Initiate's PIX
manager- specifically for the point of saying "look, IHE is so cool
because it allows our software to work seamlessly with servers from
different vendors!!11!".

Please let me know if I'm being clueless here (no tact required :-) or if
others feel this is a problem too?

thanks,
Jesse
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